If he did not have a common soul in him, he had a subtle something that somehow anomalously
did its duty.
Now, Bildad, like Peleg, and indeed many other Nantucketers, was a Quaker, the island having been originally settled by that sect; and to this day its inhabitants in general retain in an uncommon measure the peculiarities of the Quaker, only variously and anomalously
modified by things altogether alien and heterogeneous.
Despite global warming, recent winters in the northeastern United States, Europe, and especially Asia were anomalously
This issue, for instance, is full of first-rate writing by critics about their trade and their craft: David Cote with a reported piece about the new opportunities and models for arts criticism springing up, anomalously
but hopefully, in the wake of print media's disintegration (p.
Yet the myth persisted for years because 1998 was anomalously
hot due to the monster El NiA[+ or -]o event that year, which meant that global temperatures werenat much hotter than 1998 until 2014 to today.
Plants grow anomalously
in what should be a dry wadi, animals come to drink, and mounds of baby wipes flushed down thousands of toilets sporadically coagulate along the banks.
When comparing spending here, the quality of data is again worth noting: France's anomalously
low security service figure and Romania's unexpectedly high one are likely artefacts of inconsistent definitions of what qualifies as a security agency.
The researchers believe that the reason for this unexpectedly low interference is that the FRB passed through some kind of "hole" where the density was anomalously
As a result of anomalously
warm surface water in the northeast Pacific from late 2013 to 2015 (McCabe et al.
Key questions are the relative importance of different geologically relevant ligands for hydrothermal In complexation, the role of anomalously
metal-rich fluids, and the efficiency of different ore-deposition mechanisms for formation of economic deposits.
Or in sciencespeak, it was the most anomalously
warm month on record, period.
Here, tree rings show that anomalously
large amounts of the radioactive isotope 14C were formed in Earth's atmosphere.